Proper orientation of goods on conveyor systems during post production logistics

Proper orientation of finished goods on a conveyor system allows for damage-free transport and ensures easy logistic management. A photoelectric retro-reflective sensor can help tweak the good’s position and align the object on a roller bed during the logistic process by detecting an improper orientation. A photoelectric sensor or through-beam photoelectric sensor can scan large distances and ranges, which is necessary in a large logistics hall. Additionally, its robust housing is resistant to the harsh warehouse environment, and it has a high degree of insensitivity to ambient light.

  • Following product families can be used
    Long-range sensor with a metal housing for harsh environments
    • Robust die-cast zinc housing with IP 69K protection class
    • Operating elements protected by a hood
    • High ambient light immunity of the proximity sensors
    • Switchable: PNP/NPN and light/dark switching
    • DC or AC/DC type with UL approval
    • Optional: test input, time delays, contamination signaling at the alarm output, and front-screen heating, also available in a high-power version
    • M12 male connector or M16 screw connection: rotatable through 90°